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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TAI14, T31 - Former Hockey Field, Pwllheli

Representation ID: 1832

OBJECT Mr Tony Elliott


The dangerous hill Salem Terrace/Allt Salem (the only access between the proposed developments and Pwllheli town centre) would become even more dangerous through increased use, and the lack of pavements and lack of room to build any would put pedestrians at particular risk.

The present infrastructure is inadequate for the proposed developments and changing it would be intrusive and alter the character of the area.

The proposed developments are on a scale that is too big for Penrallt and would involve encroachment on surrounding countryside and harm the environment.

The hockey field should be used for educational, recreational and community purposes.

Removal of the sites T30 and T31 from the proposed development plan and policy.

Representation ID: 1831

OBJECT Derek Soane


Allt Salem is not capable of taking the much increased capacity created by the proposed developments T30 and T31, because of the lack of service facilities and infrastructure, and automatic increase of traffic on an already restricted access.

Alternative sites for housing developments should be investigated where facilities are easier.

Representation ID: 1607

OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )


* Off-site sewers would be required to connect to the public sewerage network. These can be provided through the sewer requisition scheme under Sections 98-101 of the Water Industry Act 1991.
* Pwllheli Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) can accommodate the foul flows from the proposed growth figure allocated for this catchment area.

Representation ID: 1606

OBJECT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )


* A water supply can be provided to serve this site.
* There are isolated incidents of flooding in the public sewerage system that will need to be resolved to allow development to proceed. Potential developers can either wait for DCWW to resolve the flooding, subject to funding being approved by our regulator Ofwat, or progress the improvements through the sewerage requisition provisions of the Water Industry Act 1991 or S106 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990.

Representation ID: 415

OBJECT Dr Richard Roberts


No evidence for local need to justify the number of houses proposed. Building so many houses will have a detrimental effect on the Welsh language.

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